Our 4th Symposium on HIV, Law and Human Rights and will include a full day of skills-building workshops on key issues impacting people living with HIV and front-line service providers. Topics include:
- Scaling up Treatment as Prevention: Human Rights Imperative and Issues;
- Making Services Accessible for People with Disabilities: Human Rights Tools and Practical Tips; and
- Disclosure and the Law: Emerging Evidence, Public Health Impact, Community Response
This year's Symposium will also feature the world premiere of POSITIVE WOMEN: EXPOSING INJUSTICE, a cutting-edge documentary exploring the impacts of criminalization of HIV non-disclosure on women in Canada. This event will take place at the Royal Ontario Museum's Signy & Cléophée Eaton Theatre and will include a Q&A with the filmmaker, Alison Duke, and several of the women featured in the film, as well as a reception. Tickets are on sale now - visit http://www.aidslaw.ca/film.